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How to Instagram Your Brand-Intsagram will be King of 2014

by Nicole Donnelly on December 23, 2013

Instagram allows you to connect with your GenY customers like no other platform. Check out this awesome article on Social Media Today and Slide Share, The Ultimate Guide To Instagram Marketing from Ross Simmonds.  


Social Media Checklist

by Nicole Donnelly on December 16, 2013

Sensible Social Media Checklist for Businesses v2.0

Here is a great social media checklist:   Courtesy of: The Whole Brain Group


7 Styles of Learning and Social Media Training

by Nicole Donnelly on November 26, 2013


When you get certified for your level 3 snowboard instructor you have to know the 7 styles of learning and how to apply them in a lesson. When we teach social media we do the same. -The Seven Learning Styles- Visual (spatial):You prefer using pictures, images, and spatial understanding. Aural (auditory-musical): You prefer using sound and music. Verbal (linguistic): You […]


Awesome Influencer Infographic

by Nicole Donnelly on November 25, 2013


Here is an awesome infographic about influencers online and how to engage with them.


Pics Posted on Instagram Just Got an Upgrade

by alex on September 1, 2012

The popularity of Instagram and its sharing platform for pictures has caused the camera industry to take note. Instagram is one of the top 25 most downloaded apps, with over 80 million users, and most of them using their phones to take and upload their pictures. However, even with the vintage inspired filters, instagram pics […]

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Today we’re featuring another great infographic from This one looks at how modern technology is affecting journalism and how social media and mobile devices are making it difficult for traditional journalism to survive.  Behold, the power of the iPhone.


Make Marketing Fun Again

by Nicole Donnelly on August 25, 2011


“Social Media makes marketing fun again!” exclaimed Kelly Batke, (the brunette) and Communications Manager at Faronics Vancouver, BC. Wow Kelly, we can’t agree more! Take a Salty Waffle social media class and learn how you can make marketing fun too!


The Social Media Game

by Kayla Reuter on July 26, 2011

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An author on wikispaces wrote an article about a game that can be planed at a workshop to teach people about social media. Here is an explanation of how to do it!Props: Instructions (You have to know how to play, in order to play!) A pack of cards: These cards can be created by you or […]


Are You Light Stalking Me?

by Thanh Huynh on June 30, 2011


The saying goes you give credit where credit is due. For example if I write a well written and interesting article you should share it with your friends and family (shameless plug). Just kidding, but not really. Or if your mother cooks a great meal for you should say “Hey mom, thanks for cooking a […]


Who Ordered The Photogram?!

by Thanh Huynh on June 29, 2011


In case you missed it, there is yet another photo sharing app. Who’s pumped? Yeah, me neither. It’s like saying who excited about tax season? My accounting major roommate did not find that a bit funny. Anyways, I was on a stroll around Green Lake with a couple buddies of mine and one of them […]


Chantal Andrea: The Beauty of the Moment

by Thanh Huynh on June 27, 2011


As a kid, I never liked my picture being taken. It must be the fact that my dad would always micro manage the moment. “A little to the left”, “nope, too much”, “kneel down a tad”, “stand up tall”. Let’s not forget the whole timing my blink thing so the camera doesn’t capture snoozing Thanh. […]


Snap, Post, and Lock it!

by Thanh Huynh on June 25, 2011


Reminisce back to elementary school when Dave, the inartistic goon of the first grade, erases your name and puts his name on your finger painting masterpiece. Remember how infuriated you were by this great injustice and how ineffective you were trying to convince Mrs. Martin that those purple trees were created by your hands, literally. […]


Business Photography: The Importance of LinkedIn

June 24, 2011

It is important to separate your personal information with your business information; it’s common sense that isn’t common enough. If you haven’t hopped onto the LinkedIn train yet definitely do so. It seems that photographers nowadays have skipped this social network. I usually see photographers post their Facebook page, Twitter page, or their blog but […]

High Dynamic Community

June 23, 2011

Darn that HDR, its so hot right now. High dynamic range is a technique that captures a wide range of luminance that standard digital cameras can’t do alone. HDR transforms the picture into an image that is more representative of what the human eye sees. Multiple pictures must be taken to achieve a true HDR […]

The Pursuit of Cool

June 22, 2011

As a photographer you always strive to stand out and really create something that is meaningful, unique, and cool. There are only so many of the typical flowers, kitties, and converse shoes photos one can take. When I run out of ideas or inspiration I tend to look on the web for an injection of […]

How A Tweet Is Worth More Than 140 Characters

June 21, 2011

As it stands now, Twitter does not have a built in way to upload pictures or videos as tweets. That means if you want to tweet a picture of your new baby, fuzzy kittens, or anything that is utterly adorable, you need to include links in your tweets to get the job done. These links would […]